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Normandy, 1944
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“In 1981 I happened to see Joe Strummer – he was the singer for the punk rock band The Clash – on the tube. I saw him sitting on the other side of the seat, but I thought he was too private – he might get too angry – but I was trying to be brave, I went up to him and asked him ‘may I take a picture of you.’ he smiled and said ‘yes’, and I clicked several shots. Just before he got off the train he said to me, ‘You should take photos of whatever you want. That’s punk.’ ” Herbie Yamaguchi
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Monolith. Larry Welz, Larry Sutherland, Larry Todd. Last Gasp, 1972.
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livelymorgue:

March 16, 1976: On a rainy day on the Brooklyn Bridge, a lone walker made the passage to Manhattan — and occasioned a caption writer to wax poetic, and a little enviously, about the fine view this lone figure was being presumed to enjoy. Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times
livelymorgue:

March 16, 1976: On a rainy day on the Brooklyn Bridge, a lone walker made the passage to Manhattan — and occasioned a caption writer to wax poetic, and a little enviously, about the fine view this lone figure was being presumed to enjoy. Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times
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a crime at Kurt’s place
a crime at Kurt’s place
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Grace Kelly, c. 1950s.

Grace Kelly, c. 1950s.
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historynet:

Swastikas, 1942 by Boris Artzybasheff
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romanbymarta:


Roman Polanski & Sharon Tate photographed by Jack Garofalo, Cannes 1968.
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maudelynn:

Looking over Griffith Observatory and Los Angeles from Mount Hollywood, 1936. 
via Craig Krull Gallery/Getty Images.
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Oakland 1957
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